- OSMC 2022 | VictoriaMetrics: scaling to 100 million metrics per second
- OSMC 2022 | Open Source: Open Choice – A DevOps Guide for OSS Adoption
- OSMC 2022 | Unifying Observability: Weaving Prometheus, Jaeger, and Open Source Together to Win
- OSMC 2022 | OpenTelemetry 101
- OSMC 2022 | Monitoring multiple Kubernetes Clusters with Thanos
- OSMC 2022 | Metrics Stream Processing Using Riemann
- OSMC 2022 | Current State of Icinga
- OSMC 2022 | Scaling SLOs with Kubernetes and Cloud Native Observability
- OSMC 2022 | Providing a Rich Interface to the Prometheus Operator
- OSMC 2022 | That’s nuts! A proof of concept of Icinga2 on Kubernetes using Acorn
OSMC 2022 has brought lots of insightful open source expert know-how. In this blog series we will together take a glance back into our archives and pick out some of our highly appreciated speaker talks. Today we continue with George’s talk “Scaling SLOs with Kubernetes and Cloud Native Observability”.
That’s what it’s all about
Defining Service Level Objectives and Service Level Indicators is a really important aspect of implementing SRE. Through service metrics (SLOs, SLIs, Error Budgets), SRE can help us measure our system’s performance and improve customer experience. They not only enable your teams to monitor and plan around reliability, but can also be early predictors of customer satisfaction, NPS, churn rates, and more. With the rise of cloud native technologies, it has become more and more relevant to automate our observability, extending it to an SLO-as-code model.
In this session George will explain how SLOs have evolved and can be used in a Cloud Native world. He will then show how technologies like Kubernetes and Prometheus can help us scale SLOs, while promoting best practices and standards using Observability as code. Finally, he will show how to put all these together with Jenkins and Rancher, to operationalize error budgets.
Get inspired by his Talk
You like his content and want event more? Reason enough to join the next edition of the event. Early Bird tickets are available until June 30.
We’re currently looking for speakers who help us shape the next conference program. You’re invited to submit your monitoring talk! Call for Papers is running until July 31.
OSMC 2023 takes place from November 7 – 9, 2023 in Nuremberg.
Mark your calendars! We’re looking forward to meeting you there!